Presents the setting of London in 1600 as playgoers cross the Thames to the Globe Theatre in Southwark. Describes the location, audience, players, construction, and conventions of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre.
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We cram within this wooden over the very casks that did affright the air attaching caught on your imaginary forces work in these lines. Shakespeare said for the limitations of the theater for which he wrote his plays and Elizabeth in London. In Shakespeare's time London was a flourishing city that extended beyond its medieval balls westward toward Westminster and northward to the Finsbury fear. In the Finsbury districted varying dates were located James Burbidge is original theater and the Curtain Theatre Shakespeare performed as an actor in both of these public play houses the Tower of London stood at the flank of the city wall on the Thames River and bank meant slighted to the east of London Bridge play go as cross the Thames river by boat or a foot by way of London Bridge to the amusement area in Suffolk. Here were located this one theatre the hope the rose which served as a bear pit as well as the theatre and Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. In the south or the player houses were free from the interference of the Puritan minded Lord Mayor of London who banned public theaters and bear bits within the city proper. Interview the Tower of London appears to the right of the screen at the edge of the north bank of the Thames River. Crossing the Thames as the ancient London bridge on which houses and shops were wrecked it. The Globe Theatre was patterned after James Burbidge is there and was in fact build with timber salvaged from the theater which had to be torn down. When Burbidge is lease on the land in Finsbury Fios expired. Under the thatched roof of the globe. There were three tiered galleries provided with benches with the gentry in wealthier commoners sat with their womenfolk upon payment of an additional The. Lego is obtained refreshments from the orange girl who circulated with her basket of from the vendor of cider. For a penny. Commoners bought standing room in the pit which was the open uncovered area in the center of the play house a few London Go Lance sat on stools placed at the edges of the stage the appearance of the prompter on the apron stage with his manuscript. Signal the approach of curtain time the projecting stage encouraged a lively interplay between the actors and the audience much of our knowledge of the Elizabeth and theatre is derived from this sketch of the swan play house. Drawn by your hand await a Dutch visit wing linen fifteen ninety six do with sketch shows the stage of this one but the canopy supported by pillars there is no evidence however to prove that all of this be from theaters were constructed in this way or that the stage of the globe had such a covering in Shakespeare's time the stage was a Rays projecting platform with a large trap door in the center there could have been smaller trap doors at each corner. Doors on either side led to the actor's dressing or tiring room back stage. Above the stage was a balcony and the alcove beneath it provided an interstate age which could be couldn't off if necessary. These features may all be observed in this film presentation. Curtain time at the Globe and feverish activity backstage for the Lord Chamberlain's company of players. In Elizabeth in England. Women did not appear on the stage. Boy Apprentice actors played the women's parks many of the boy actors were excellent in the feminine Rose though this convention was a challenge to the dramatist. Shakespeare overcame the seeming handicapped by the situations he devised for his female characters and the scale of his righty. Shakespeare's audiences enjoyed pageantry and this interest was satisfied by processions on the stage and by the actor's colorful costumes doublets and gowns were made of silks and delegates in bright colors trimmed with jewels and costly gold and silver lace. Page boys announced the settings with placards. Note the trap door center stage in the richly curtain alcove or inner city. This was the theater. William Shakespeare it's location its audience its players its conventions and its construction. As you read Shakespeare's play is like his audiences at the Globe Theatre. Let your imaginary forces work. With. That.